Photo: Gaza in support of Flstin England batsman Moin Ali wearing wrist bands.
LONDON. Test between India England in support of Gaza Flstin wear wrist bands gathering after the England batsman Moin Ali looks troubled. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has pledged to investigate the matter. If found guilty in the investigation of Pakistani origin may be disciplinary action against the player. However, in this case by the England and Wales Cricket Board has defended Ali Moin.
What's the matter?
Moin Ali Southampton are being played between India and England continued the second day of the third Test were wearing two wrist bands. These 'Save Gaza' 'Free Palestine' was written.
ICC will investigate
These photos of Ali Moin bank wearing wrist after emergence talked of the ICC to investigate the matter. ICC spokesman said: "We are investigating the matter. Information will be given when the time comes. "ICC regarding dress code violations and improper conduct investigations against Ali said.
What are the rules?
ICC rules say that no player or team official message without any written permission of the Cricket Board, arm bands, cloth or other can not use any goods. Player on the field of political, religious race-related messages is not allowed to propagate. Moin wear these wrist bands before landing in the field had taken permission from the team management neither had the knowledge nor.
England and Wales Cricket Board has defended Ali Moin. Board says no political motive behind it was not done by Moin. It was a message of human compassion. England team spokesman said Moin had sought permission from the team management about it. The band would like to play on the team to wear if he does not mind it.
Moin also surrounded in controversy before
Before Ali Moin have also clouded in controversy. The batter mobilize relief to Gaza last week in Birmingham was seen. The photos appeared on social media